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Best Apartment-Friendly Bodyweight Workouts for Wrestlers

Living in an apartment has its benefits. However, it’s an unfortunate truth that living in an apartment as a wrestler can get difficult. This is because you can’t exactly do every workout, since you need to also be considerate to your neighbors. Workouts which make too much noise are, unfortunately, out of the question. As such, you need to rely on workouts which use no or minimal tools, and no jumps. So how can you workout in your apartment? We hope to help you answer that question, and we have put together a list of the best apartment-friendly bodyweight workouts for wrestlers, and we hope you find it helpful.


Planking is one of the simplest and most effective core workouts one can do. Place your palms on the ground at about shoulder width and align your elbows as if you’re going to do a push up. Then, root your toes into the floor and squeeze your glutes, then look to a point on the floor in front of you. Maintain this pose for 30 – 60 seconds without breaking form. This is the perfect way to get all of your muscles warmed up for the rest of the workout. Additionally, it helps you increase core strength while you’re at it. The best part of it is that it’s a whole-body workout, which is one of the basics to building muscle for wrestlers. Finally, it is completely quiet and requires very little space to do. With all of this combined, planking is the perfect way to start your workout.

Air squats

Air squats make it on the list of apartment-friendly bodyweight workouts because they are also completely quiet and rely solely on your bodyweight. Stand with your feet hip-width apart and toes pointing slightly outward and keep your arms by your sides then bend your knees and drop down as if you were sitting into a chair. As you are doing this, lift your arms in front of you, completely parallel to the floor. Try to keep your weight on your heels and don’t let your knees go past your toes while going as low as possible without breaking form. Then simply straighten your legs and squeeze your glutes to stand back up while returning your arms to the sides, and repeat 15 times. Building a workout routine of this can be extremely beneficial. All you need to do is make a plan and stick to it without ever compromising or deviating.

Triceps dip

Bodyweight exercises don’t have to be exclusively about staying fit. Triceps dips are good for strength as well as fitness, generally speaking. Simply sit at the edge of a couch or bed and keep your hands just outside of your hips. Then lift up your body and walk out your feet until your knees are above your heels. Then bend you elbows to a 90-degree angle and lower your hips to just above the floor. Finally, extend your elbows and press your body back up to the starting position. Repeat at least 15 times. While you can’t exactly train like a wrestler in your apartment, conditioning is very important in the long run. So, consider making this exercise harder by straightening out your legs instead of holding a bend in your knees, or hold a few seconds every time you hit the bottom position of the exercise.

Lunge and hold

Another easy exercise which makes it to the list of apartment-friendly bodyweight workouts are lunges, with holding. This is a great way to workout your legs, while being completely quiet and not disturbing your neighbors. Stand with your feet together then take a big step forward with your left foot, lower yourself straight down, but make sure your left knew stays over the top of your left foot. Lift onto the toes of your right foot to make your back knee hover over the top of your left foot. Hold for three full counts then return to the starting position, then alternate legs. Repeat at least 10 times per leg. If you have dumbbells, you can make the exercise harder by holding one in each hand. Experts from advise that pushing yourself to do harder bodyweight exercises can be beneficial, as long as you’re careful.

Wall sit

Just like planking, wall sits are very simple effective as a warm up. Just stand around 2 feet away from a wall and face away from it. Lean back against the wall and lower yourself as if sitting into a chair. When your knees are at a 90-degree angle, contract your abs and make sure your knees are directly above your toes. Hold this position for 30 – 60 seconds. You will find that this exercise is very beneficial for your core. To make it even harder, lift both of your heels and hold that position. Also, hold a dumbbell in each hand and do some curls while you’re doing the wall sit. Finally, while training as a madman is very important for wrestlers, it is also important to remember to  set aside time for your private life. Training is important, yes, but it shouldn’t be everything you do.

Best apartment-friendly bodyweight workouts for wrestlers – wrap up

Living in an apartment can be a pretty big drawback for wrestlers. Because any noisy workout is out of the question, there isn’t much you can do to workout properly. However, a lot of bodyweight exercises are a great way to workout in your apartment without making any noise whatsoever. As such, you can stay fit and ready for proper training while in your apartment.  It is, however, incredibly important to make these workouts a routine and make sure you don’t skip them. We hope you found this list of the best apartment-friendly bodyweight workouts for wrestlers helpful, and we wish you a good rest of your day.

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